Equitable Distribution

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Division of Assets and Debt During A Divorce

When you and your spouse are going through a divorce, the division of property and debt may cause contentious disputes. It is critical to secure an experienced family law attorney with a reputation for success in order to ensure a fair outcome.

Equitable distribution in North Carolina is extremely complex and requires constant monitoring of the ever-changing law. At the Tom Bush Law Group, our lawyers work hard to secure a fair division of property and debt for divorce clients.

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Division of Property

In the state of North Carolina, the law requires assets and debts acquired between the date of marriage and date of separation are divided and distributed between spouses regardless of the name the property is held in. This division of property may include:

  • Bank accounts
  • Homes and other real estate
  • 401k
  • Furniture
  • Jewelry
  • Vehicles

North Carolina has a presumption that the marital estate should be split equally with one half going to each party. In many circumstances, however, this may be unfair. The law allows for amendments to the guidelines surrounding division of property. Our family law attorneys will work with you to ensure your best interests are maintained throughout the division of your martial property.